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Spread homemade Blueberry Jam on waffles or toast. It's also delicious swirled into prepared oatmeal or vanilla yogurt.

Blueberry Jam - Recipe

We think Lemon Pull-Apart Bread would make an excellent addition to any brunch table. Then again, we think of lots of excuses to make and eat this yummy bread.

Lemon Pull-Apart Bread - Recipe

Give that blender a workout for breakfast. Blueberry Blast Smoothies are sure to keep you going until lunch.

Blueberry Blast Smoothies - Recipe

Serve Berry Granola with milk, of course, but it's also fabulous stirred into yogurt or even sprinkled over fruit salad for extra crunch.

Berry Granola - Hy-Vee

Need breakfast to go? Slide this Avocado Omelet onto a whole wheat tortilla and take it with you.

Avocado Omelet - Recipe

Stick-With-You Sunrise Muffins are so smart! Simply tuck Canadian bacon into muffin cups and fill with goodies.

Stick-With-You Sunrise Muffins - Recipe

You can never have too many recipes for breakfast casseroles! Easy Breakfast Bake is just that - easy! But it's also delicious. It can be assembled the night before and refrigerated until you're ready to bake it.

Easy Breakfast Bake - Recipe

You can have a quick and hearty breakfast made in the time it takes to toast a bagel. It's true! Just wrap a Breakfast Bagel Sandwich in waxed paper and you're out the door!

Breakfast Bagel Sandwich - Recipe

You'll never eat grapefruit the same way after trying Brown Sugar Broiled Grapefruit. The slightly sweet vanilla cream takes this breakfast treat from good to great.

Brown Sugar Broiled Grapefruit - Recipe

Turn your morning OJ and yogurt into a smoothie. A Blackberry Smoothie is just what you need to get your day going.

While visiting a bed and breakfast is not always possible, eating like you're at one is. Make a batch of Multi-Grain Bed-and-Breakfast Pancakes and serve them with fresh berries, softened butter and of course, warm maple syrup. Fluffy bunny slippers, optional.

Layer Maple-Almond Granola in a Mason jar with Greek yogurt and fresh berries for a quick and nutritious breakfast on the go.

Maple-Almond Granola - Recipe

Need a hearty filling breakfast idea? Huevos Rancheros fits the bill! Tostada shells are topped with scrambled eggs and a spicy tomato and bean mixture. Of course, you've got to sprinkle it with cheese!

Huevos Rancheros - Recipe

Wouldn't a waffle bar be fun to serve this holiday season? For a healthy option, serve Oat Waffles with Warm Cinnamon Apple Fruit Topping. Each serving is lower in fat and chock full of fiber.

Make a breakfast classic at home. Eggs Benedict is one of those special meals that's sure to wow your family. Hollandaise sauce is easier to make that you think. Keep it warm in a Thermos until you're ready to serve.

Don't fly to New York City and wait in long lines for a Cronut - the croissant donut hybrid. Make our version, the Dossant, at home instead.

Dossants - Recipe

Swiss Chard Breakfast Quiche is a new spin on the classic breakfast casserole. Swiss Chard takes the place of spinach and flaky puff pastry stands in for pie crust. Serve with sausage patties and fruit salad for a fabulous holiday brunch.

Grands Good Morning Orange-Walnut Biscuits taste like orange Danish with the volume turned up. They'd be pretty darn good for breakfast on Thanksgiving morning, wouldn't they?

Grands! Good Morning Orange-Walnut Biscuits - Recipe

Hosting brunch? Serve Brie-Stuffed Banana French Toast. Your friends will be totally impressed and only you will know how easy it was to prepare.

Brie-Stuffed Banana French Toast - Recipe

Sour Cream Coffee Cake is to die for! It's packed with cinnamon and sugar. Not a fan of nuts? Leave the pecans out, if you'd like.

Sour Cream Coffee Cake - Recipe

These aren't your ordinary Cinnamon Rolls. These rolls are baked in a pool of caramel and topped with frosting that has the slightest hint of almond. Can't be beat.

Chilly mornings call for low-fat and high-fiber Apple Oatmeal. Serve it with creamy Greek yogurt and a sprinkle of brown sugar.

Pumpkin-Date Scones with Maple Glaze are the perfect treat for lazy fall breakfasts. The maple glaze adds a bit of seasonal sweetness to these not-so-sweet scones. They go well with spiced coffee.